The new Nintendo 3DS and 3DS XL (known as 3DS LL in Japan) include faster chips and longer battery life, not to mention a new analog stick and NFC support, among other things.
Pick up any 3DS bundle and - excluding limited editions - they'll usually come with the following: A Nintendo 3DS or 3DS XL console, a 4-8GB SD memory card, a Nintendo 3DS Official Stylus and the standard 3DS/XL user manual. Although there's no Power Adapter included by default, although our partner retailers will usually try to bundle one in for you, so it's worth checking out our Nintendo 3DS deals.
The Nintendo 2DS (abbreviated to 2DS) was announced on August 28, 2013, as a new entry-level model of the . While its hardware and software are relatively similar to the Nintendo 3DS (and still offers compatibility with Nintendo DS and 3DS games), it lacks the 3DS's signature 3D screen, does not have internal stereo speakers (only using a speaker), and uses a slate-like form factor as opposed to the used by its Nintendo DS and 3DS predecessors. The Nintendo 2DS was released in North America and Europe on October 12, 2013, coinciding with the launch of and is being sold alongside the Nintendo 3DS and 3DS XL at a relatively lower price point.
(Updated March 15th 2016).The R4 3DS or as it is also known, works with the Nintendo 3DS and 3DS XL consoles allowing you to store your favourite media files for playback on the go.